bombardier

[ bom-ber-deer, -buh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF bombardier

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His bombardier had laid their eggs squarely on a factory building.

One of the boys, a bombardier from a Fort, explained the workings of the camp.

I was in the same troop with him, a bombardier at the same gun.

I was second bombardier with him at Toulon,—ay, at Cairo too.

Bombardier Bevignani or Marine Mancinelli might revel in it.

I hear the 76th Battery got its share of shelling the other day, and a bombardier was killed.

"To save one's life, bombardier, one may have to eat anything," I told him.

They seized the bombardier's coat which was hanging on a nail.

This was prevented by our old Bombardier Prosser, who did servant down there.

In most cases you would be sent to navigator or bombardier school.

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